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'ma call her mom and ask her. her number 555-55555-0. hello. madea. yeah, this is brown. mm-hmm. i wanna ask you something. stop cussing. do you know this dude name -- what's your name again? >> ernie. ernie wilson. >> you know this dude named ernie wilson? mm. back seat of a chevy. you don't have to go all into detail. i don't want to know that. [ muttering ] yes. bye. >> well? what'd she say? >> madea said ernie could be cora daddy and don't call her no more. >> i don't believe it. >> i don't believe him, either. i think this man right here is a liar -- l-i-- what? >> well, if you really think you're cora's father, what took you so long to come get her? >> yes, why? >> well, uh, you see, when my wife passed, i was going through therapy, and i realized i had a whole lot of repressed memories, and one of them was of madea and i in the back seat of a car. >> shut up. you depressed your feelings? >> yes. >> you got to show me that because i can't depress mine. i been thinking about the -- >> i see. that's it. that's how a sweet person like cora could be related to a troll like you. >> edna
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: the afghan government today backed away from peace talks with the taliban and security discussions with the u.s. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> suarez: and i'm ray suarez. on the "newshour" tonight, we take a closer look at the reversal by afghan president karzai and its impact on the drive toward stability in the country. >> brown: then, before berlin's historic brandenburg gate, president obama called for a dramatic decrease in nuclear weapons. margaret warner explores the prospects of the potential arms agreement with russia. >> suarez: miles o'brien has the story of the strange looking insects that emerge every 17-years and the scientists charmed by the chorus of the cicadas. >> this is kind of our super bowl. this is a blockbuster for us. it's got birth, it's got death, it's got romance, it's got sex, it's got everything. >> brown: we continue our series "inside immigration reform". tonight, virginia democrat tim kaine. >> the thing that i think most important is that as we look at certain things like border
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: fury and unrest in brazil swelled to new heights last night, when one million people took to the streets in anti-government protests. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> suarez: and i'm ray suarez. on the "newshour" tonight, we get the latest on what's fueling the outrage and what brazil's government might do to quell it. >> brown: then, we continue our series "inside immigration reform". tonight, we debate whether those seeking permanent residence in the u.s. should be required to learn english. >> suarez: "money is the root of all evil," it's been said, but could it be true? paul solman reports on new research to determine whether wealth may make us more likely to bend the rules. >> people all the way at the top were actually cheating four times as much as someone all the way at the bottom, just to win credits for a $50 cash prize. >> brown: mark shields and david brooks analyze the week's news. >> suarez: and we close with the author of a new book "does jesus really love me?" and his journey as a gay christian to f
. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the "newshour" tonight, now that u.s. intelligence believes assad's government has used chemical weapons, we debate the american response with two former foreign policy advisers: zbigniew brzezinski and vali nasr. >> woodruff: then, ray suarez gets the latest on detroit's dire financial situation, after the city's emergency manager said it will default on $2.5 billion of debt. >> brown: six months after the tragic shootings in newtown, margaret warner updates efforts to push for gun control legislation. >> woodruff: mark shields and david brooks analyze the week's news. >> brown: and we wrap up our week of stories on food security. tonight, the demand for dairy and what that means for california farmers. >> many people in the industry believe we make too much milk. my view is we don't make enough milk here in california. if you take a global view of the international dairy market, there's actually a shortage of milk around the world. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> i
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: the push for immigration reform in congress gained steam today, as lawmakers closed in on a compromise on border security. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> suarez: and i'm ray suarez on the "newshour" tonight. we hear from two senators behind the drive for a deal, north dakota republican john hoeven and new mexico democrat tom udall. >> brown: then, markets around the globe tumbled today. we examine how concerns with a credit crunch in china and uncertainty over the federal reserve have wall street worried. >> suarez: the prevalence of the most common s.t.d. and principal cause of cervical cancer has been cut in half. margaret warner talks to a top c.d.c. official on the striking success of the h.p.v. vaccine among teen girls. >> brown: "money can't buy me love", the beatles sang. but paul solman asks, can it buy me happiness? >> the wealthier you are, the more money you spend on stuff that increases your sense of what you need in life, and that can be a little bit of an addictive cycle that does not bring you ha
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have to get ready to get out of here. hey, good morning, mr. brown. >> [ muffled speaking ] >> mr. brown, have you seen the pie i made? >> [ grunting ] cora, unh-unh, i ain't seen no pie. >> mr. brown. >> hmm? >> well, what is all of that? >> what -- what is what, cora? >> mr. brown, how could you? i made that pie for the needy. >> good. i needy another one. can you make another one? >> how could you be so selfish? >> selfish?! do you know, if them needy people taste that pie, they're gonna realize what they're missing. and i can't be that cruel. i'm not gonna be cruel to people. >> mr. brown, when i put that out the oven, i told you one thing. do you remember what i said? do you? >> you said, for me, "don't eat --" >> "don't eat that pie"! and what did you do?! >> i ate. >> what? i can't hear you! >> i ate. >> i can't hear you! >> i ate. >> what am i gonna do now? what am i gonna do? >> cora, calm down -- >> i can't calm down. now i don't i have a pie to take! >> oh, stop whining like a little girl. you can make another one. >> what? what's gonna keep you from eating that one? >>
peace talks with the u.s. and afghan governments. good evening. i'm gwen ifill. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight, we explore the prospects for peace in afghanistan, as its government forces today formally took control of the country's security. >> ifill: then, the debate over immigration reform gathers steam. tonight, ray suarez talks with kentucky republican senator rand paul. citizenship is a privilege i think we can discuss how we do that down the road. we examine a new study that >> brown: we examine a new study that finds most education schools are in disarray, and poorly preparing the nation's teachers to help students learn. >> ifill: special correspondent kira kay reports from myanmar, on the violent clashes between muslims and buddhists that have displaced more than 100,000 people. >> brown: and we close with a different look at afghanistan, through an ancient oral tradition kept alive in two-line poems. teletrade. the women have done this for centuries, they reflect that are >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for
that, mr. brown. >> i ain't being like nothing. cora, somebody breaking in! here -- throw your casserole at them! >> stop it! stop being silly, mr. brown! oh, it's just derek. oh, oh, and huggy bear. >> hey! you don't know high fashion when you see it. >> i know you must have been high when you got dressed. >> [ chuckles ] >> now, if brown's criticizing your clothing, you know something's wrong. >> oh, hey, hey, what's wrong with my clothes? >> nothing, if you at the scramble board on "soul train." "number 2, and the clues are..." >> so, what are you guys doing here so early? >> early? >> yeah. >> we had a 7:00 tee time. >> mm-hmm. >> uh, it's 9:30 now, and we only drink coffee, you know. >> no, no, no, we played nine holes, a little practice round. but for the tournament, we need another man. >> yeah, and since we couldn't find one, we thought we'd get you. >> oh, i play golf. >> uh, that's nice. what's for breakfast? >> oh, you know what? i like golf. let me go get my helmet and my cup and my thigh pads. >> told you this was a bad idea. >> hey, i play golf. >> cora, quit inte
morning, mr. brown. >> [ muffled speaking ] >> mr. brown, have you seen the pie i made? >> [ grunting ] cora, unh-unh, i ain't seen no pie. >> mr. brown. >> hmm? >> well, what is all of that? >> what -- what is what, cora? >> mr. brown, how could you? i made that pie for the needy. >> good. i needy another one. can you make another one? >> how could you be so selfish? >> selfish?! do you know, if them needy people taste that pie, they're gonna realize what they're missing. and i can't be that cruel. i'm not gonna be cruel to people. >> mr. brown, when i put that
that race, after he lost to elizabeth warren, when former senator scott brown got on twitter and he was like bqhatevwr and nobody knew what was going on with him and his explanations didn't make sense and it didn't get resolved and scott brown deleted everything and we tried to pretend it wasn't happening, it's happening again. it's happening again. what's this about? that's coming up. stay with us. ♪ right. but the most important feature of all is... the capital one purchase eraser. i can redeem the double miles i earned with my venture card to erase recent travel purchases. and with a few clicks, this mission never happened. uh, what's this button do? [ electricity zaps ] ♪ you requested backup? yes. yes i did. what's in your wallet? yes i did. i am an american i'm a teacher. i'm a firefighter. i'm a carpenter. i'm an accountant. a mechanical engineer. and i shop at walmart. truth is, over sixty percent of america shops at walmart every month. i find what i need, at a great price. and the money i save goes to important things. braces for my daughter. a little something for my son's col
warren, remember after that race, after he lost to elizabeth warren, when former senator scott brown got on twitter and he was like bqhatevwr and nobody knew what was going on with him and his explanations didn't make sense and it didn't get resolved and scott brown deleted everything and we tried to pretend it wasn't happening? it's happening again. it's happening again. what's this about? that's coming up. stay with us. [ male announcer ] in your lifetime, you will lose 3 sets of keys 4 cell phones 7 socks and 6 weeks of sleep but one thing you don't want to lose is any more teeth. if you wear a partial, you are almost twice as likely to lose your supporting teeth. new poligrip and polident for partials 'seal and protect' helps minimize stress, which may damage supporting teeth, by stabilizing your partial. and 'clean and protect' kills odor-causing bacteria. care for your partial. help protect your natural teeth. care for your partial. [ dog ] we found it together.upbeat ] on a walk, walk, walk. love to walk. yeah, we found that wonderful thing. and you smiled. and threw it. and i dec
experience. only on pbs. captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: the push for immigration reform in congress gained steam today, as lawmakers closed in on a compromise on border security. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> suarez: and i'm ray suarez on the "newshour" tonight. we hear from two senators behind the drive for a deal, north dakota republican john hoeven and new mexico democrat tom udall. >> brown: then, markets around the globe tumbled today. we examine how concerns with a credit crunch in china and uncertainty over the federal reserve have wall street
information you are asked to call the oakland police department. >>> california governor brown says he will ask the court to stay an order issued today mandating that nearly 10,000 prison inmates be released from the end of this year. it was an effort to improve the overcrowding prison population and the healthcare of the inmates. the three federal judges behind the ruling ordered brown to expand goodtime credits leading to early release to help the overcrowding. he will be in contempt if he doesn't conply with the order. the governor -- doesn't comply with the record. the california state sheriff's association issued a statement in response to the court record saying, quote, this order is for the a solution. it's harmful to public safety. we strongly support governor brown's request to stay this order and have the state's appeal heard by the u.s. supreme court. >>> new tonight at 11:00, the fb is is -- the fbi is asking for help to find this man. this man is wanted for mail fraud. he is accused of creating a fake company. authorities say he collected more than $100,000 in cash. marsha
brown can stop it. abc 7 news has the story tonight from sacramento. >> clearly head fed up with a case in which the state had been defying court rulings, a three-judge panel ordered release of nearly 10,000 california inmates and must do so by the end of the year. investigations concluded packed cells have contributed to substandard mental and health care. >>. >> in a statement the governor said the state will seek a stay of the unprecedented order to release almost 10,000 inmates bit end of the year. california shed more than 40,000 inmates since 2006 when governor brown submit aid population reduction plan for courts this year, it was roughly 9300 inmates short whaft court wanted. and governor brown insisted further releases will endanger safety. the state shifted low level criminals to local jails. >> this is the worst news we could have received. >> this is why crime victim groups wonder who is left to release? >> serious, violent folks prisons have not released yet so these are very dangerous people coming into the communities. >> the judges recommended expanded good time credits.
tom ammiano ran against willie brown, i got inspired. i thought, someone with integrity and honesty, if they can run for mayor, maybe i can be somebody who represents what is true about our people. that is what inspired me to run and be a candidate. one thing this year that i really tackling, and i expect to for a long time, looking at me and how it operates in my district. san francisco, we talk about it being a transit first city, but it does not mean a lot if transit is not very well thought out in places away from downtown. my district is where we need to create better options. all the way down to randall street, there is no accessible boarding areas for the church. there is a woman that lives in a wheelchair on santa rosa. she has to go across to glen park to get out transit. >> those new stations, those are the ones that we are going to have to depend on. >> along balboa park station, near geneva, i have been pushing hard to get ramps for pedestrians. right now, it is dangerous to cross the street. i want to insure the department of parking and traffic is painting lines on ale
and miss brown who live at the residence on san bruno avenue. there are a lot of habit ability issues; leaks and problems with the windows. the windows are bolted down so if there were a fire or emergency, the fire department would have problems getting in, getting access. miss brown who is a resident there has some very significant health issues. she's a disabled elder who is trying to age in place. she has a care provider, but the health issues that she has, the habit ability issues in the residence makes it a difficult situation for her. the temperature going to either extremely cold to extremely hot, the moisture coming in through various leaks, leaky refrigerator, the windows that can't open, there is problem with the windows and wiring. from what i understand, there has been on going problems with the property owner and other properties. there is a seven page article about this on going problem with this particular management ownership company that has this property that it's a long going thing. i think there is something like 300 cases that have gone to litigation over the last
>>> governor terry brown and lawmakers have approved a safe budget. it includes more money for schoolers with english learners and some new funding for programs for the poor. the u.s. supreme court says no to the patented of naturally occurring genes sending ripples through the biotech industry. it could lead to lower costs for genetic testing. plus, the new debate about whistle-blowe whistle-blowers. daniel ellsberg, who exposed the pentagon papers, talks to us. >> i learned what was being done here from edward snowden. >> coming up next. >>> good evening. i'm dana king. welcome to this week in northern california. joining me is david baker and lauren sommer and dan walters. joining us from the state capital. they say the third time is the charm. it comes with a billion dollar surplus for a rainy day. before passing out the champagne, that budget is based on revenue which is hard to predict. is this budget really balanced? >> that's -- it depends on what your definition of balanced it. two years ago, they did it jerry brown vetoed it and it was late. it's balanced in the s
notredame and the national chairman for 911 welcome number 81, tim brown. [ applause ] >> thank you very much. elise. she left out number 81 in your program but number one in your heart she left that part out. so it is a pleasure to be here today. we are here to recognize two outstanding 911 youth heroes and four incredible 911 dispatch heroes. these youngsters acted with bravely and confidence, and in an imagine crisis situation and helped to save the lives of their loved ones. our 4, 911 dispatch heroes worked behind the scenes in cooperation with law enforcement and fire and emergency medical response, the men and women who answer this call each day are the true first responders when a emergency strikes which can often make the difference between life-and-death between people in need. they are truly real heroes. please join me in welcoming the director of san francisco management lisa hofmann. [ applause ] >> thank you, tim and thank you elise and kelley from 911 for kids, every year they make this a successful ceremony in honoring children, heroes and dispatchers who are really the p
brown representing district 10 and 11. lisa prosak, direct 10. lance hill district 10 and charlie walker district 10. >> i am blandy mack, the program director of girls 2,000. we are a hunter's point family. we have been in the community over for 13 years, and we are here to address the cut in funding for girls 2,000. we offer more than after-school programs as i heard earlier. we do year-round programming, all summer programming, and green education and life-skill building and we are extended family. more than just a program, the new name for case managers is care managers. because we take care of our girls in the community. they are not a case, they are humans, they are spirit and energy and clearly the future. we come to you today and i brought a couple of my girls with me. and what we do in girls 2,000. and in the gardens my girls showed up their skills something that every black woman. and i will introduce dejenae and why she comes to girls 2,000. >> my name is janeja, i come to 2,000 because after school i usually go home and be bored. when i go to 2000 i have fun with my friends.
of the public health code article 39, dog walking ordinance by kat brown of animal care and control, discussion and possible action item. >> there is an action item >> good evening, commissioners. >> my name is kat brown and i am the deputy director at the department of animal control and i have a hand out and a powerpoint and if you would like them to go along with your discussion our education about what we have done with the dog walking legislation that was passed in january of 2012. and it has taken us 18 months to implement. and animal care and control is in the department, that is in charge of the implementation as it is described in the law. and rebecca kats the director of animal control and control it is yours tonight. >> thank you. >> i just want to acknowledge deputy director brown has been putting in a lot of time on these regulations meeting with the stake holers and getting feedback and we have held the numerous community meetings as well as having ape hearing before the animal control and welfare commission so that the members of the public have an opportunity to ask questions an
come up with. they've got families to feed and it just so happens that their black and brown and asian working class white boys from the richmond district and they're good phone calls for good faith effort. yeah. i've heard this kind of talk. somehow just by changing good faith effort to a concerted effort you're under the assumes that my people can't understand the english language. perhaps i'm stuttering perhaps i have an accent well, i'm offended. >> i'm again appreciate our effort in trying to make this come together. today, i just happenstancely looked at what it costs for a two-bedroom apartment in san francisco. $3,500 with a swim pool but on the lower range one through $200 in a san francisco apartment. i'm an electrician who can't afford inform live in a two-bedroom apartment here in san francisco. it's important that my children s are graduates of the unified school district. it's important that we push for opportunities for them to be employed at all levels. it's important that the education their receiving is relevant in the jobs they'll be having it's important that this
be another scott brown? >> he could if there hadn't been a scott brown. he is from massachusetts. does like the red sox. does campaign. as a graduate of boston college. are the democrats worried? >> bill clinton the president of united states going to wither. the president of the united separatelymrs. obama campaigning for him. >> they are not taking any chances. if there is anything they can do to make sure they don't have another scott brown situation they are going to do that. >> the president is speaking in oston on behalf of markey. the clip you didn't show was showing why it's in gridlock or break down and he said that's because what they care about is the next election and not the next general rapings. he said that. >> markey has been there so long but he is not a hack. he is a very smart guy who knows a lot. hat is a quality that has been deminshg on when i will. he knows what he is doing. >> a democrat honored this week as the longest serving member in congress in history. quite an achievement mark. >> quite an achievement. and one thing i remember about john dingle was in 1925eu6
public schools when brown versus the board of education was decided in the united states supreme court. john lewis was four years older than me, born outside of pike county, alabama went to the pike county segregated public schools. he went on to fiske university to get a degree in religion and philosophy and volunteered for sit-ins to break the first sit-in in lunch councilors in nashville. this year marks the 50let anniversary of the big six in civil rights. as i'm sure the president will remember it was 50 years ago this august that martin luther king led a march on washington and gave his speech i have a dream on the lincoln memorial. there were six great civil rights leaders then, only one left, john robert lewis. john is my friend, i'm come patriot and our lives with are parallelled each other all the way through. john introduced me when i was elected to the house of representatives. this this year i joined john on the 50th anniversary of the crossing of the edmond pelt it's brinch in selma, alabama, the bloody march on bloody sunday which turned around the voting rights act, saw
it will join peace talks with the u.s. and afghan governments. good evening. i'm gwen ifill. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight, we explore the prospects for peace in afghanistan, as its government forces today formally took control of the country's security. >> ifill: then, the debate over immigration reform gathers steam. tonight, ray suarez talks with kentucky republican senator rand paul. citizenship is a privilege i think we can discuss how we do that down the road. we examine a new study that >> brown: we examine a new study
>> brown: the afghan government today backed away from peace talks with the taliban and security discussions with the u.s. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> suarez: and i'm ray suarez. on the "newshour" tonight, we take a closer look at the reversal by afghan president karzai and its impact on the drive toward stability in the country. >> brown: then, before berlin's historic brandenburg gate, president obama called for a dramatic decrease in nuclear weapons. margaret warner explores the prospects of the potential arms agreement with russia. >> suarez: miles o'brien has the story of the strange looking insects that emerge every 17-years and the scientists charmed by the chorus of the cicadas. >> this is kind of our super bowl. this is a blockbuster for us. it's got
stay with us. captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: the afghan government today backed away from peace talks with the taliban and security discussions with the u.s. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> suarez: and i'm ray suarez. on the "newshour" tonight, we take a closer look at the reversal by afghan president karzai and its impact on the drive toward stability in the country. >> brown: then, before berlin's historic brandenburg gate, president obama called for a dramatic decrease in nuclear weapons. margaret warner explores the prospects of the potential arms agreement with russia. >> suarez: miles o'brien has the
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